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't wake up. >> joining us is cbs news legal analyst jack ford and bonnie fuller of hollywoodlife.com. she clearly doesn't have any money because she was in jail a number of years and she has gotten a judgment of a hundred,000 she has to pay. >> it's an interesting statute that florida has and it's not often used apparently but it gives the court the ability to say if somebody is convicted after crime and there are costs we can allocate to that crime, it gives the court the ability to say, you know what? you're going to pay for it. here, obviously, the big question was how do you work out those numbers? how do you decide what numbers she is involved with? and, you know, the judge was sort of solemnesque about this because the government the prosecution was looking for about $500,000 for this. the defense was saying no it's way too much. she should only be required to pay back that portion that can be directly related to what she was convicted of is telling lies not the investigation into the death. the judge came in and said all right, here is what i'm goin
can be paid for the story. bonnie, how much would this story go for and withed it be tainted? does any network or tbe the com that paid casey anthony? >> millions of people followed this case. they were obsessed with it. for that reason, i believe there women be bidding for her interview. however, i don't think she'll get top dollar. she'll get a couple hundred thousand dollars in some way. they'll work something out and then the question is, can she sell a story about her life and what happened? can she get involved in a book deal? i think she'd have a hard time with a book publishing company offering her $1 million for a book. could she get a percentage if she cooperated with an author that did the book? >> that would be a more likely scenario we'll see. >> is this something like with o.j. simpson back in the day where he basically had to sell-off everything, including his heisman trophy. any type of money that casey gets? >> yes. if she gets a job, let's say she gets a job and she's making whatever a weekly salary is, they are step in and say we'll take a piece of that. the same way
forces to capturing the key remaining strongholds in sirte and bonnie walid? >> reporter: after yesterday's assault, they managed to get and capture the sirte airport but couldn't get to the airport and in bonnie walid they retreated at the end of the day. it shows how well dug in the gadhafi loyalists are and how well armed. this morning, ib vertebrahiibras spokesman said they are in charge of the resistant operation. whether that is true or propaganda, seems likely as anybody's guess, but no question that today the rebels are having a think about how they try and capture those last two strongholds. >> elizabeth palmer, thank you. >>> general motors and the united autoworkers union have reached a tentative agreement on a four-year contract. the deal covers more than 48,000 gm workers and was reached last night after almost seven weeks of negotiations. now, it includes incentives for profit sharing, increased health benefits and promises of new jobs. it's specked to serve as the basis for union negotiations with ford and chrysler. >>> in china, 1-month-old white tiger cubs abandoned by th
here and his wonderful mother, bonny. >> reporter: his mom and grandmother were both there with the rest of the family from east palo alto and some old friends. >> you have risen above poverty, above race, in one of the toughest neighborhoods in the bay area. you were a student rising above. now, you are a lawyer rising above. >> reporter: five years ago, his partner, tim falard, inched him to come here, now the attorney general of california. she came to do the honors. >> the bottom line is this is a sign of strength and leadership and you know what you're capable of, inspite of whatever odds other people may think you face, and you know that you can achieve. >> reporter: and then it was time. >> i, benny joe mackey the second, to the best of my knowledge and ability. >> welcome to the profession. >> i am -- i am excited and happy at the same time. >> i am so proud of him, because i knew something good is going to come out of east palo alto, and it was kind of out of my family. >> reporter: something good has come out of east palo alto, and now we'll be watching him
california bar. >> really it's a testament to all of you here to his wonderful mother, bonnie, and his grandmother, florence. >> reporter: his mom and grandmother were both there with the rest of the family from east palo alto, and some old friends. >> you have risen above poverty, above race, in one of the toughest neighborhoods in the bay area. you are a student rising above. now you are a lawyer rising above. [ cheers & applause ] >> reporter: five years ago, his partner -- now the attorney general of california. she came to do the honors. >> the bottom line, and that is a sign of strength and leadership, is you know what you're capable of, in spite of whatever odds people may think other people may think you face. and you know that you can achieve. >> reporter: and then it was time. >> i, benny joe mackey, ii -- to the best of my knowledge and ability. >> welcome to the profession! [ cheers & applause ] >> i am speechless, and excited and happy at the same time. >> and i am so proud of him, because i knew something good is going to come out of east palo alto, and coming out of my f
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